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Edited by Skylit - 11/11/12 at 3:50pm
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It was fixed via firmware.

Deathadder firmware has never fixed cloth jittering. I had 2.44 with the jitter, and updated to 2.45 just today. Jitter persists on vertical movement when using a slightly sideways grab and moving the mouse vertically (depends on the pad position).

I've had a QcK since 2007, and the Deathadder 3.5G since February 2011 (updated on every firmware and software drivers, and the problem has always persisted with any type of dpi/polling settings).

Basically, bananas.

I'm on the verge of either getting a black plastic pad (which wear out extremely quickly, and gather dirt very fast as well), or a new mouse.
Considering how good the DA3.5G is apart from this silly jittering, it's hard to get a new mouse.

If I pick a new one up, it'll probably be either a 3.0 or a WMO. Not sure if it's possible to get 1000hz on Win7 64bit with those sensors, but if not, I'll live.


EDIT: I apologize for the massive thread necro, but I've been lurking around the internet looking for a solution to this issue, and I'm quite sure many have been doing the same, still to this day. To anyone still interested on finding an alternative mouse, I believe these things should be discussed. The old DA is not for sale anymore (can't find it anywhere), and since there are basically no decent alternatives in terms of "flawless mice with marvelous sensors/tracking/firmware", it's hard to find a solution nowadays. WMO/1.1a/3.0... what else? Steelseries are god awful at making mice with 0 problems (I remember the Kinzu I bought and held for 1 hour before going back to the store and trading it for the DA I have now). Other companies have several issues as well. The world needs proper mice. Now.

Edited by Ribx - 6/10/12 at 2:13pm
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I have the 3.5g using it on a cloth mousepad. No issues. thumb.gif


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i have a deathadder 3.5g and its the only razer product ive owned that actually works like its supposed too. i love my deathadder but my lycosa has tons of problems and my onza crapped out after like a month. i have my deathadder 3.5g on a steelseries qck mousepad and there is no stuttering
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